SecTor 2010: Why security is the enemy of privacy

    Date27 Oct 2010
    CategoryPrivacy
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    As we noted in last year's CSO article, " Six ways we gave up our privacy," people are increasingly -- and willingly -- throwing their privacy to the wind, thanks to an addiction to Google apps, GPS devices, the BlackBerry, iPhone and Android, and social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Some security experts believe privacy is dead already. But there's a twist to the story, according to Tracy Ann Kosa, a privacy impact assessment specialist with the government of Ontario, Canada:
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